How can I reach the Bolivian Consulate Miami to apply visa?

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The Bolivia Consulate is in Miami, with Natalia Cinthya Campero Romero serving as the Consul general. The Consulate offers many services to the National of Bolivia in the United States, such as the Travel Document renewal of Bolivia, attestation certificates, emergency certificates, etc.

3750 NW 87th Ave, Suite No.240, Doral FL 33178
Tel: 305-368-6303

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What are the primary tasks performed by the Embassy/Consulate of Bolivia located in Miami, USA?

The Embassy/Consulate assists travelers from the United States to Bolivia, and citizens traveling from Bolivia to the United States. It also plays a significant role in an educational exchange program sponsored by the Bolivia government. To allow for more ease of use and access, the Embassy/Consulate has established multiple Consulates across the country to offer services seamlessly.

What type of passport services are provided by the Bolivian Embassy/Consulate?

The primary purposes of travel to the United States by Bolivian nationals are tourism, higher education, employment, and other activities (such as parents visiting children, business events, etc.). In the United States, any foreign resident needs to possess a valid travel document, or the traveler will be deported to their home country. If the travel documents, such as a passport, expired, or were lost, the Embassy would work to provide new records to the traveler.

How many Bolivian Consulates/Embassy is in the United States to serve travelers?

The Bolivian Consulate in Miami (address listed above) along with four Consulates/Embassy spread across the country aid travelers to and from Bolivia.

Embassy of Bolivia – Washington DC

1825 Connecticut Avenue N.W.

Washington, DC 20009

Consulate General of Bolivia – Houston

2401 Fountain View Dr.  Suite 110,

Houston, TX 77057

Consulate General of Bolivia – Los Angeles

3701 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1065,

Los Angeles, California 90010

Consulate General of Bolivia – New York

800 2nd Ave, Suite #430,

New York, NY 10017

Does a Consulate operate out of Miami Consulate/Embassy?

There is no separate consular address in Miami. Both Embassy and Consular service office located in the same address

Can a traveler submit travel documents to the Bolivian Embassy/Consulate in Miami?

Yes. If the travel requirements of the applicant demand submission documents, they must be submitted by visiting the visa centre of Bolivia in Miami, In the case of an e-visa for Bolivia, a visit is not mandatory to the Embassy, Consulate, or Permitted visa agent for Bolivia.

Can a traveler collect travel documents from the Bolivian Embassy/Consulate in Miami?

Yes, you must visit the visa centre of Bolivia in Miami to collect the documents. For electronic-visa for Bolivia, you do not require to visit.

What are the hours of operation of the Bolivian Embassy/Consulate in Miami?

Embassy operating hours of Bolivia are 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

What days is the Embassy/Consulate open?

The Bolivian Embassy/Consulate operates Monday through Friday and is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays.

Are there any jurisdictional restrictions regarding services from the Bolivian Consulate/Embassy in Miami?

Yes, only people residing in the states under consular control of Bolivia Consulate, Miami, are eligible for services like the issue of Travel Document of Bolivia and visa services.

Which states are coming under the jurisdiction of the Bolivian Consulate/Embassy in Miami?

The Miami Consulate covers the following states and territories: Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee.

Is there a FAQ related to the Embassy and Consulates?

What is Bolivian Passport Visa-Free Score? 

For each visa-free country, the Bolivian passport accumulates points that are deciding the visit without even a visa or to acquire a visa upon arrival.

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